St. Anthony High School's James Thomson had the top finish for a Maui Interscholastic League competitor in Tuesday's Civilian Marksmanship State Air Riflery Championships at Kamehameha Hawaii, placing 13th with a score of 513, and the Trojans finished fifth in the boys team competition.
In the girls division, Baldwin's Lena Knue placed 15th with a 507. St. Anthony finished fifth in the girls team standings as well.
Thomson, this year's MIL champion, had the eighth-best standing score in the boys division, a 161. His three standing bull's-eyes were bettered only by Punahou's Noah Kwock, who had four.
Thomson had a 182 prone, and a 170 kneeling.
Maui High's Christopher Nauti had the best boys kneeling score of the event, a 185, and his seven kneeling bull's-eyes were tied for the most in the field. Nauti finished 21st overall with a 499.
Leilehua's Gavin Au won the individual title with a 540, and Kwock was second with a 532.
Civilian Marksmanship State Air Riflery
Tuesday's Team Results At Kamehameha Hawaii
Boys-1 . Waiakea 2,090, 2. Punahou 2,084, 3. Pearl City 2,060 , 4. Leilehua, 5. St. Anthony 1,942, 6. Kauai 1,786.
Girls-1 . Waiakea 2,504, 2. Mid-Pacific Institute 2,039, 3. Pearl City 2,005, 4. Leilehua 1,988, 5. St. Anthony 1,875, 6. Kauai 1,870.
Brianna-Marie Hollister of Punahou was the girls individual champ with a 541, four better than runner-up Karise Kuroda of Waiakea.
Waiakea swept the team titles - the boys had a 2,090, and the girls had a 2,054. The St. Anthony boys had a score of 1,942, and the girls had an 1,875.
Molokai's Trevor Takata was 20th in the boys division with a 500. St. Anthony's Luke Gage, who won all three of the MIL's regular-season events, was 29th with a 490, Zach Harmer was 33rd with a 475 and Daniel Raikes was 35th with a 464. Raikes tied for the eighth-best prone score, a 186.
King Kekaulike's Jason Ta-kamura was 37th with a 460.
Jade Boren of St. Anthony was 17th in the girls event with a 502, and Molokai's Mariah Kalipi was 30th with a 476.
St. Anthony's Tia Seki, this year's MIL champion, had the ninth-best standing score, a 161, and finished 31st overall with a 475. Hannah Parker (460) was 36th, and Vanessa Coloma (438) was 40th.